The J Family

The J boys — Beckham 4-½ and Asher 2-½ — have been on my blog twice before. The first time when Asher was over for his newborn session and the second time when I did a little mini-Valentine session (with three families) when we lived in our apartment while building our house. I haven’t seen them in over a year-and-a-half and yet Beckham looked exactly the same to me with the same sweet calm disposition. Asher’s hair has gotten lighter and obviously he is much bigger, but his little cute face remains the same. The thing about kids and photo sessions is you don’t always know what you’re going to get. They can be quite unpredictable and the normal funny jovial kid can be other than that at times. Take Beckham for example. He was asleep in the car when they pulled up so of course he was groggy and maybe a tad bit grumpy for the first while. He didn’t misbehave by any means, he just didn’t have much expression. Asher on the other hand was Mr. Talkative when I first met him, but shortly into the session he flipped a switch and decided he didn’t want to be in the picture, or walk down a path, or play peek a boo behind a tree, or run, or well, much of anything. The beauty of this session was watching TaeLynn and Chase work their magic. They never got angry, or impatient, or frustrated. Instead they just loved on their boys and brought those sweet personalities back out. It’s a special thing for me to get to have that connection with my clients. A sweet sweet thing. Thank you TaeLynn and Chase for being the awesome, beautiful, fun parents you are. Enjoy. Mary

Happy Halloween!

I know … it’s a lot to take in. Take your time. When you think you’re ready, move on. If I had any vanity, it’s gone._MG_4863_web

As with our family tradition that I started with my kids, the girls and kids make the rounds to loved ones offices, passing out treats and getting some in return in the process. We have a Halloween Parade at Hawley Troxell where those who want to participate put a pumpkin on their door to say come Trick or Treat me. They’re lawyers — they want future business — so they treat the kids real well if you know what I mean. I take pictures of all the families that come and it’s just a fun time. Here’s my group picture taken by Danielle. 🙂 I love Simone’s pirate stance as a gum ball machine. Nothing says “want some gum?” like “Shiver me Timbers Matey!”_MG_4861_webI am enjoying the kids still wanting to be something cute before the time comes that they want to be more ghoulish. Seriously, how cute is a Grim Reaper when you can’t even see his or her face?! And you know how hectic the actual Halloween day becomes when everyone just wants to get to the good stuff of Trick or Treating, where they can find pieces and parts of their costume, or their make-up has rubbed off … that’s why a good photographer (is my head growing bigger?) always gets pictures before the big day. So here comes more of my favorite little people.

MJ’s costume is one I made for his dad when Matt was 4 (oh yes I did, every single piece of it and I couldn’t be more thrilled that MJ was beyond excited about wearing it). The boys stayed with me two nights early October while their folks and Grampa went elk hunting, and the three of us went to MJ’s Monster Mash at Morley Nelson School as pirates. That event created lots of pirate play the whole weekend between the boys and even the girls when they were over (I have a homemade pirates costume also). We’ve added a few pieces since this picture … a red earring and pirate teeth … a new sword and pirate powder gun … all the stuff that makes a matey go “grrrr“. 🙂


Jayden — forever silly this boy. I refrain from saying what my mom used to say to me … “if you do that to your eyes they are going to stay that way!”


_MG_3519-1_webMorley Nelson Monster Mash-Kindergarten-Oct 9 2015

Simone was more than tickled to wear the Gumball Machine she wore last year and that Sydney wore the year before that. It was a complete creation of Megan in honor of Sydney’s complete love of gum at the time … wait, she still has a complete love of gum … but anyway, it is darn cute.
_MG_4264_webSydney has wanted to be a peacock for two years now, so this year Megan made it come true making her costume after finding the awesome mask on clearance somewhere. I could be wrong, but I think she’ll be the prettiest peacock out there on Halloween night! Probably the only peacock too. Nice work Megs. Way to strut those tail feathers Syd!

Little duck here is a third child duckie. Both girls wore it before him so it was only appropriate. He’s pretty duckalicious if you ask me. I just want to eat him up!


And this little number was on the last post with Cole, but it certainly bares repeating. There’s no butt’s about it that this boy is harvesting some good memories for all of us. Butt wait, this can’t be the end of the post! You are right, there is more!


I got the opportunity to photograph my girlfriend Gloria’s two granddaughters as well, so here’s Lily and Addi. It’s been my opinion that there is never too much cuteness that can be shared!


Yep, that’s the same pumpkin we used for Cole and yep, it’s too big for Addi too.


Can you believe Lily is sitting inside the pumpkin on her knees?! That was one big pumpkin! As Lily waves, I’ll say ado, farewell, and goodbye till the next post. Love, Mary


UPDATED HALLOWEEN NIGHT: The pirate boys came to Trick-or-Treat our neighborhood (because we all know retired people give out more candy because there aren’t as many kids) so I snapped a few before we headed off. Friends of our kids came to go with us and little Maks here was the best Buzz Lightyear ever. To infinity and beyond! His momma made his costume and she duck taped the wings on. Pretty ingenious don’t you think?_MG_5067_web

At dinner beforehand the boys wanted to know what I was going as. I told them Crazy Gramma because that’s what MJ always calls me (meant in the best way of course) and honestly I had no intention of dressing up. At literally the last second I decided to really go as “Crazy Gramma” and threw this get up on. The really crazy thing is I’m actually not a Halloween junkie but I have collected quite the random stuff for the Halloween box over the years since I used to make the kids costumes or help them bring their ideas to life. Mike and I did go to a few costume parties in our younger days, but other than that, it’s not a big deal to us and we don’t decorate or anything like that. There’s just something to hearing your g-babes laughing hysterically at the surprise of it all that keeps me coming back for more. I had a fun few days and now it’s over. I’m tired and ready to box it up till next year. I hope you had some laughs and giggles with your own family this Halloween, but if not, thanks for stopping in for a little bit of our crazy life. Love, Crazy Gramma


Megan - October 31, 2015 - 7:22 AM

Oh my gosh, Mom. I laughed so hard at the first paragraph! The only way this post could be better is if you had a recording of how your voice sounded in that costume. I LOVE it, and your grandkids love it. Cheers to you for being awesome enough to do that, even if was a fancy meeting going on at work! Thanks for all the thoughtful non-sugar treats!

Vince - October 31, 2015 - 11:12 AM

Everyone looks adorable, but that gumball machine kills me. (Will she be collecting quarters tonight instead of candy?) I want to know what Mike is wearing.

Fairly Candid - October 31, 2015 - 12:52 PM

Oh gosh, at times I do get rather lost in myself when the kids are around. Perhaps that’s why MJ calls me his Crazy Gramma.

Fairly Candid - October 31, 2015 - 12:54 PM

Hey that’s a great idea Vince … earn that money Simone! Mike is wearing his BSU clothes for the game today, his chef hat since he is cooking tonight, and his best “oh you look so cute … or so scary … or so whatever” as kids come to the door tonight. I’ll be out with the g-boys and Matt and Danielle tonight gathering the harvest. Like lawyers, old retired folks who don’t have many kids come to the door in our neighborhood gives out lots of gold coins and diamonds … or lots of candy … one or the other.

The Ellis Family

This is a family you have seen on my blog for years and one that I love. Christine was Megan’s friend in high school and she and Jason actually set up Robby and Megan’s first meeting when they all attended BSU. They have three boys that are busy, robust, adventurous, and so handsome. Quincy turns 13 in November (I can hardly believe it), Cooper is 5-½, and Carter will be two in November. Now, with most 2 year olds, you never know what you’ll get. All I can say is you get lucky sometimes with a fast camera, and then again, sometimes they still outrun me! 🙂



Megan - October 29, 2015 - 5:12 PM

LOVE this family! Those boys keep getting more handsome, as if that is even possible. The parents are aging beautifully, and this family always has the best shoes. Always!

Vince - October 30, 2015 - 11:05 AM

I agree with Megan about the parents looking so young. I can easily imagine one of these photos on their annual Christmas card. You certainly are busy lately, Mary. (I guess it comes with the season, huh?)

Fairly Candid - October 30, 2015 - 11:27 AM

I thought your family was tall Megan, but Quincy just keeps out-talling himself. Cooper too. And I told Christine I loved her boots too. Such a little fashionista!

Fairly Candid - October 30, 2015 - 11:27 AM

Hi Vince, yes tis the season (do you hear the bells?).

Christine Ellis - October 30, 2015 - 1:24 PM

Well I don’t know about looking young but I do heart these pictures! The pictures of the boys are so adorable! And hello Quincy…when did you get such a fabulous natural looking smile?!

Fairly Candid - October 30, 2015 - 9:09 PM

It’s always fun to see our kiddos from a different person’s perspective I think. I love that the boys love tall. There are no shrinking violets in your family and I love that!

Liz - October 30, 2015 - 9:38 PM

So awesome!

Baby Cole Isaac

Cole is changing by the day and just turned 5 months. I thought I would give you a smile by sharing a few random pics of this cutie-pie from the past month. I know, I’m thoughtful that way. 🙂 He has lost most of his dark brown hair and is getting something lighter, has two teeth, rolls both ways, and sits up … until he falls down of course. Ha! He’s getting the hang of it though, and what a sweet happy baby he is. He is pretty tolerant of his sister’s constant mothering too. He’s a big boy at over 18 pounds but he has to be to get tall like his daddy at 6’8″. Love you Baby Cole Gerichs.


And to let you know he can hang with the big kids, here’s proof. It’s the place my g-babes like to be most, and the place I most like them to be … in the room they each call their own. The bed is a murphy bed and flips up onto the wall to look like a cabinet giving them lots of room to play.


And to wish you the happiest of Halloween coming up, here’s our littlest punkin’ as a new 5 month old.



Megan - October 25, 2015 - 8:56 PM

I LOVE this post! Argh! He’s so cute! If we’re playing favorites, I love the one of him in the box with his gorgeous eyes staring at you…And I adore how well the cousin picture on your bed came out. And him in the pumpkin, and his naked butt. Ok, well like I said. Every. Single. Picture. LOVE him! LOVE you!

Fairly Candid - October 26, 2015 - 7:50 AM

He IS pretty cute, I’ll have to agree.

Liz - October 26, 2015 - 7:46 PM

LOVE all these!

Vince - October 28, 2015 - 10:30 AM

Oh he is too cute, and those setups are perfect.

Diane - October 28, 2015 - 7:27 PM

Oh your grandbabies are so cute. Love the picture of baby Cole with the bow tie and the pumpkin butt….

Fairly Candid - October 30, 2015 - 11:28 AM

Liz, Vince, Diane, thank you for viewing to see what I get to see often. I have to say though that this baby was never a baby for long. He grew FAST!


LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the people in this post that consist of my son’s family and Danielle’s mom and sister who were here on vacation for MJ’s 6th birthday. Woo hoo! Happy birthday MJ (now known in Kindergarten as Matthew by his choice). Angie, Danielle’s mom, moved back to Maryland this past May to spend time with her mom while Meagan, Danielle’s only sibling, moved to work in the Washington DC area a few months before that. It’s been a transition for Danielle and the boys to have them so far away but they text and talk daily so thank goodness for our instant technology. It was a crazy, busy, and fun week for them preparing for MJ’s party on Saturday, seeing friends, watching the boys play soccer (at 7:40 AM), taking a birthday trip to Linder Farms, and getting family pictures to mention only a few of what went on. They went back home on Wednesday, no doubt exhausted but sharing the memories of the week once back to their new homes. As for the photo session, it was a perfect night with beautiful cloudy skies at a beautiful location. I will warn you that this is a longer post than normal, but I didn’t want to stop. Besides, they were treating me to dinner afterwards and I wasn’t quite hungry yet so kept stalling with more pictures. I don’t recall one single complaint. 🙂 Dinner at Casa Mexico was extra fun afterwards and knowing these images will create smiles for years, I am a happy girl. Love you all!


This is what silly in a 3-½ and 31 year old looks like._MG_3939_Matt-Jayden-Oct 2015_MG_4001_WEB

And this is what cool in a 6 year old looks like.


And lookie here, the photographer even got in a picture!



Danielle - October 23, 2015 - 10:52 PM

Ok I PROMISE I wasn’t stalking your site!! I was getting on to email my grandma Mj’s birthday post and I was totally surprised to see these! LOVE LOVE LOVE them, and I’m so excited to have so many great pictures of the people I love. They turned out even better than I could have ever imagined. You have a true talent, and I’m blessed to have you. Love you and thank you again 🙂

Fairly Candid - October 24, 2015 - 8:37 AM

That’s OK Danielle, I love blog stalkers. 🙂

Vince - October 24, 2015 - 11:12 AM

Stalker #2 here. These are wonderful! Such a nice-looking family, and it’s good to see Angie. If she’s still here, please say hi for me.

Fairly Candid - October 24, 2015 - 3:56 PM

No Vince, they were here Wednesday to Wednesday, but I’ll still pass it along.

Linda - October 25, 2015 - 12:54 AM

I love these people and these pictures. Do you do something extra-special when you love the subjects? Actually, now that I think about it, you might love all your subjects!

Kathy G - October 25, 2015 - 8:46 AM

Now that is one good lookin’ family. Where is the site? I’m glad you got one of you and Mike in there.

Fairly Candid - October 26, 2015 - 7:47 AM

Possibly true Linda … I do get into my sessions!

Fairly Candid - October 26, 2015 - 7:49 AM

The site was at a beautiful location Kathy, just like my post said. Ha! (Photographer’s secret!) Yes, I was happy to have a picture too. It doesn’t happen as often as you’d think.

Happy 6th Birthday MJ!

Boys will be boys, but boys will be little men too. They will get dirty but clean up handsome like their daddies. They will use their good manners taught by their mommies, tell silly jokes then laugh like their grampa’s. They will hug and say I love you’s and squeeze their Gramma’s legs as they run out the door to whatever adventure lies next in their ever expanding world. They will find fellowship with Auntie’s and Uncles and Cousins. One day they are a pirate, the next a cowboy, the next a super hero, but always someone so special that you just want to freeze them at the times you love them most, then send them home at the times you are most tired. They will grow older, but grow sweeter at the same time. They will pull out teeth with a string tied to their remote control car but still cry for a hug when they get hurt on the soccer field. This particular boy and his brother are mine to enjoy, gifted by the Lord most high to a family I call my own. MJ, my oldest g-babe is now 6. I liked that he was 5 but he didn’t listen to me and got older, on his way to learning what it means to be a good student, athlete, citizen. Happy birthday Big Guy! Love, hugs, and smoochy kisses, Gramma XXO (Feeling nostalgically sentimental over here … could you tell?)

MJ’s party was on Saturday, October 17. There were a bunch of family, friends, and school mates there. Grammy and Auntie Meagan were also here for the party, coming from Maryland and Washington DC. Charlie, the “free range rabbit” as the kids call him, also came out to see what the fuss was all about. He hops in and out of his cage in the chicken coop at will.


On MJ’s actual birthday of October 20th, the family met at Linder Farms for some play and pumpkin-picking.


Danielle bought a wrist band and jumped in on the fun that night too. She did the trampoline then rode the bull after MJ — in fact she rode it 3 times trying to redeem herself from falling off — which she always did in slow motion. Maybe she’s not ready for the rodeo quite yet.


On Thursday, Oct 22, MJ’s Kindergarten class got to go to Linder Farms to learn the cycle of how a pumpkin grows and to pick a pumpkin. It was his first class field trip and they got to take the bus. Big stuff here for “Kinders” as his teacher, Mrs. Ball, calls them._MG_4226_web_MG_4195_web_MG_4207_web_MG_4209_web

Danielle, Jayden and I got to go too … but Jayden didn’t get to ride the bus which he thought was highly unfair. He got a pumpkin though. 🙂


This is actually both kindergarten classes from Morley Nelson. Can you find my tall g-babe towering above the others?


And lastly, as an an update, this now 6 year old’s cast will hopefully be coming off today (October 23) after 4 weeks. He’s got the signatures of all his favorite people on it but it’s time to move on from this chapter of this boy’s life. Love you Matey!


Tracey - October 23, 2015 - 7:52 AM

Love the Pics Mary. I can’t believe MJ is 6. Where did the time go?? Your grandchildren are so special and no one has to tell you all to cherish the moments because you all seem to realize how special these times are. Love to you all and thank you so much for sharing your family.

Fairly Candid - October 23, 2015 - 8:35 AM

Tracy, that is so nice. It does go fast and there are so many g-babes now to keep up with! I’m trying but I think they might outrun me one day soon! Ha! Mary

Auntie Megan - October 23, 2015 - 9:12 AM

Possibly one of the top 3 best write ups in your blog history. I LOVED that first paragraph. I LOVE that little man you’re talking about too…especially the hugs and I love yous I’m privy to. He’s a good kid, that one…but I agree. Six just sounds too old.

Danielle - October 23, 2015 - 1:30 PM

I always love your write-ups on the boys, but this post takes the prize. I tearfully read that post with a huge smile on my face knowing that my son was most definitely all of those things you described him as. Thank you for this! We sure do love you!!

mary - October 23, 2015 - 4:40 PM

Another great job on pics and writing. Your such a good grandma.
Just celebrated Alex ‘ s 21st birthday now that’s old!

Fairly Candid - October 23, 2015 - 7:17 PM

Hey Mary, I learned it from the BEST — YOU! You know I always thought you were the best Grandma a kid could have. You’re awesome and have taught me so much. 🙂 And thank you Megan and Danielle for your sweet words. Love you girls who are such good momma’s to my g-babes.

Vince - October 24, 2015 - 11:16 AM

I agree with Megan — I enjoyed your text more than usual. “I liked that he was 5 but he didn’t listen to me and got older” — that’s good! Looks like I should put Linder Farms on my bucket list.

Fairly Candid - October 26, 2015 - 7:51 AM

Thank you Vince … means a lot coming from your literary expertise. You can use it sometime if you want. Haha!

The Hackney Family

Boys will be boys and this family has lots of them! Four in fact … Ethan 10, Nathanial 9 (who was feeling downright crappy this session, poor guy), Nolan almost 8, and Eli who will be two in November and who runs this pony show. And when I say run, I mean that literally. He was on the go! :-)The coolest thing about this session was watching the older boys love on Eli. They were devoted to that boy and when you see him, you’ll know why. He is quite the bright spark in the family with his flowing locks of blonde, big smile, and bursting energy. So handsome all these boys. I’ve never met them before but could see their funny and sweet personalities coming out in-between shots. Oh and all the boys play baseball so we decided to take to the baseball fields for a few images as well. The boys got to give me their most intimidating baseball looks. Trust me, there were lots of laughs trying to get them to drop the smiles, but I love the outcome. Hope you all do too, and Gwyneth and Michael, I am impressed with your fun family. Thanks for just letting boys be boys and asking me to be a part of it. Mary


Vince - October 20, 2015 - 1:44 PM

Thank goodness for the last few pictures — I was beginning to wonder where their parents were!

Fairly Candid - October 20, 2015 - 5:15 PM

Four boys Vince … four. Don’t you think you might want to run fast and far once in awhile! 🙂

The Heyer Family

I got the fun of photographing the Heyer family — Bill and Alyson (married 11 years), and twins Carson (in green) and Weston (in blue) two years ago when they were in transition from selling their home and looking for another. Now this year, they are celebrating one year in a house they built near the Boise River. It’s so so pretty and the back yard has the most A-M-A-Z-I-N-G view! You’ll see it towards the end of this post with their sweet 8 year old Labradoodle dog named Jasper. The boys just recently celebrated their 5-½ year mark and are just as handsome as ever. This is a beautiful family in every way. Enjoy! Mary



Vince - October 17, 2015 - 8:28 AM

Nice-looking family. I’m so glad someone still takes black and white photos!

Fairly Candid - October 18, 2015 - 11:11 PM

Once in a while. 🙂

Sheila Clark - October 19, 2016 - 3:29 PM

Alyson, wow! The boys are growing up fast and these were a year ago!! What a great looking family!
Mary, great job!

The Wickham Family

I love this job for the fact that I get to know some pretty nice people, and Blake and Sara are two of them. Blake is my friend Gloria’s son and you’ve seen them before on my blog when I shot their wedding three years ago this month. Congratulations you two! Then two and a half years later they had Addi (Addilea) who is now 7 months old. She was born Valentine’s Day and if you’d like, you can be reminded of her newborn session here, or her four month pictures with cousin Lily here. She hasn’t changed much – except to only get cuter. 🙂 I love her chunkiness that she will one day outgrow, her sparse head of hair that will eventually be locks of blond, and her still serious look at my big black box. Naturally at home she gives out the smiles and giggles much more freely but that wasn’t happening with me. We all decided later we needed her Grampa or Gramma on the scene to get the big smiles. Still the serious looks are always some of my favorites. She is at the perfect age to photograph as she is sitting up on her own but not crawling so you can put her down and she stays put! We did have some issues with her wanting to eat the grass and dirt, but hey it’s all natural right? Blake and Sara, and sweet Addi, you guys were awesome to hang with and thank you for walking the green mile with me!


_MG_2992_Wickham Family-Sept 26 2015_MG_3000_web_MG_3024_web_MG_3042_web_MG_3055_web_MG_3058_web_MG_3072_web_MG_3086_web_MG_3094_web_MG_3095_web_MG_3099_web_MG_3102_web_MG_3109_web_MG_3119_web_MG_3125_web_MG_3143_web

And to finish our beautiful session, I got the rare joy of photographing this unafraid fellow.



Sara - October 9, 2015 - 7:12 AM

OMG Mary! I’ve been checking your blog obsessively the past few days, excitedly awaiting these pictures! And I wasn’t at all disappointed! They are fantastic! Thank you so much for giving us some wonderful family shots!!!

Cody - October 9, 2015 - 8:28 AM

Love these!

Fairly Candid - October 9, 2015 - 8:55 AM

Sara, you gave me a BIG smile this morning! I love obsessive blog checkers. Ha! So glad you love them. I loved them too. And thank you my fine co-worker Cody for chiming in too!

Vince - October 9, 2015 - 10:27 AM

These are adorable, and what a cute baby! Where is the “green mile”? (That makes me a little nervous — have you seen the movie?)

Fairly Candid - October 9, 2015 - 3:21 PM

Yes, I’ve seen it — I live with Mike remember? We parked at the far end of a river then walked “the green mile” to the other end taking pictures. We had to carry stuff over fallen trees, around sand pits, through tall grass … get the idea? 🙂

Gloria - October 9, 2015 - 4:18 PM

I love these photos! Addi seemed so serious in most of them. That little girl is a studier. She is more interested in what’s going on around her then having fun in the moment. I noticed you were able to get a couple of her smiling and having fun. Good job Mary! Blake and Sara made up for what Addi didn’t give with smiles. They are very proud parents! As they should be!! Love your proud Grandma!

Megan - October 10, 2015 - 10:40 PM

If that little Addi isn’t sweeter than peach pie, I don’t know who is. LOVE all the solo ones of that little beauty.

Fairly Candid - October 11, 2015 - 9:32 PM

Sorry so late in commenting back to you Gloria (and Megan) but I had a busy fulfilling weekend with all my g-babes. I know what you mean about the smiles on your big kids — they truly love this little girl with all their being — and isn’t it just the way it’s supposed to be! It’s a beautiful thing to witness. Babies are truly blessings aren’t they!

The Swails Family

Gus, Henry and Peter are back in their signature plaid shirts and untamed manes — seriously, can they get any cuter?! This family is so fun and Nick and Amanda are always on board for anything. Just try and tell me you wouldn’t want to be an almost 4 year old or 6-½ year old boy living in this family! Nine years of marriage and three boys later, Nick and Amanda are still going strong and keeping up with them — um, most of the time. They try to get away for a break when they can, but something just keeps holding them back. I will never forget the first time I met Amanda. She came with Henry and Peter to my house for First Birthday pictures. I suggested a “cake smash” so she brought cupcakes with bright red frosting. A few minutes into the cupcakes (at the end of our session) it looked more like a murder scene than a cake smash and as quickly as we could we were each going for a boy before my entire room was painted red! We took them straight to the bathtub! I only wish I had a few pictures of the room before I cleaned it up but nope. You can see their one year pics heretheir almost two year pics, and almost three year pics should you want to see more cuteness. Amanda and Nick, thank you for a wonderfully fun session with your handsome crew! Enjoy! Mary_MG_2980_web


Sara Swails - October 1, 2015 - 2:54 PM

Well Mary, you’ve done it again! Super fantastic photos of my daughter & her family. . I look forward to seeing these every year! Thank you so much for your creativity!
Sara Swails (Amanda’s mom)

Vince - October 1, 2015 - 4:03 PM

Mary, I’m always amazed at how spontaneous you can make a picture look. This appears to be one happy family. (Amanda looks a little like Britney Spears around the eyes and mouth.)

Rose Sheehy - October 1, 2015 - 7:07 PM

Amanda sure looks like you Sara! I can see the Beckord genes! Loved the pictures.

Fairly Candid - October 2, 2015 - 8:39 AM

Thank you Sara. And Vince, I don’t think there are any appearances of a happy family … I’d say they are one! Thanks Rose and Grandpa Mike for leaving a nice comment for Amanda (and me).

Grandpa Mike - October 2, 2015 - 9:30 AM

Great pictures. Such handsome boys!

Breta Bishop - October 2, 2015 - 8:42 PM

Amanda, Great pics. Completely you, no stuffy outfits indoors in front of a white screen or next to a fake tree. Boys are getting big. I would tell you my favorites, but there are too many!! Hope all is well.

Fairly Candid - October 3, 2015 - 10:47 AM

Thanks for the sweet comment Breta. Mary